Absolutely guaranteed secret to success

Secret to successLooking for the secret to success, dear reader? You’re not alone. So many people seek the secret but very few find it.

Well here’s Barbara Sher with some common sense observations about life and success.

This is just part of a presentation she gave at the “Big, Cheap Weekend Workshop” in New York in July 2010. So it’s a decade ago now but her observations are timeless and they’re just as valid today as they were back then.

This video essentially is a ‘taster’ but if you’re not familiar with Barbara’s work then it might inspire you to check out her other videos on YouTube and indeed her public appearances, should she appear at a venue near you.

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Change habits and you can change your life

Change HabitsYour life not quite going in the direction you’d like it to go?

Somehow you can’t quite achieve the results you’d like to achieve?

In the video included here, Bob Proctor explains that the reason you’re stuck and can’t get the results you want is likely to be because of a paradigm.

And what’s a paradigm?

Well Bob goes on to explain what paradigms are and how are they formed.

He also explains how change can be achieved.

If change is something you’d like to achieve then this is a really interesting presentation; it is fairly short but definitely worth watching.

I recommend it to you, so take a few minutes and check it out now.

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Success Secrets: How your life can be better than it is now

Success SecretsHow is life for you? Perhaps you’re lucky and you have a great job, a nice house, a fancy car, a loving family and a lifestyle which is the envy of your neighbours? If that is you then well done but there’s nothing for you here. If you’ve achieved all that then you don’t need any success secrets from me.

If it is you then I must tell you, you’re in a minority. However I’m guessing you’re not part of that minority? Am I right? Statistically you’re much more likely to be a member of life’s majority. Those people with a desire for their lives to be better but who for whatever reason cannot translate that desire into something that is better.

Statistically you’re more likely to be part of that group of people constantly on the lookout for success secrets. People in search of enlightenment if you like. You’re not alone of course but I hope this post will help you.

Why is it that some people are successful and others are not? What secrets do the successful know that the unsuccessful do not know? Can anyone be successful? The simple answer is yes.

However unsuccessful people tend to think it’s not possible, so they don’t try. They just accept what they’re given as if that’s all they can expect from life. It’s almost as if they say to themselves, this is all life has for me. It’s like they believe that there are no success secrets.

Well I must tell you now, if it’s not obvious to you, life can be better. Life if what you make it. Within reason, you can be whatever you want to be. You can have more. Other people do, so why not you?

Where you are is where you are. It doesn’t really matter. What matters is that you don’t have to remain where you are. You’re not a tree, you can move. You can change. You can decide that your life will be different. And you can work towards something that is better.

Your life really can be better than it is and you can be better than you are. However for it to be better you have to believe it can be better and you have to believe that you can turn it around. In fact you have to believe in success secrets.

One thing all successful people have in common is a belief that something different can happen and they can make it happen. They don’t allow anyone to tell them it can’t be done. They know what they want and they’re determined to get it.

Some might consider them delusional but successful people see it as self-belief. They won’t accept that they cannot do something because intuitively they know, if they try hard enough, then anything is possible. If they decide what they want and strive for what they want they know they can get it. The price is determination and hard work but they’re willing to pay that price.

Successful people know that when faced with an elephant you cannot swallow it whole. However you can eat it one bite at a time. If you’re building a wall then you don’t start with the entire wall. You start with a single brick and you get that right. Then once that’s securely in place you move on to the next brick and then the next and the next and so on. Pretty soon if you stick at it long enough you’ll have the whole wall.

Successful people know that they can’t get to where they want to go in one single leap. They know you get there gradually one step at a time. And if you want to be successful, it starts with taking the first step.

Readers familiar with Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) will know that if you want to be successful you look for successful people, identify what they do and then copy that model. The idea being that if it worked for them then there’s a good chance it will work for you too. Most successful people will have had role models they’ve copied at various times.

So if you want to be successful look around for successful people and listen to what they have to say. Most people would accept that Will Smith is successful. In the video included here he shares his thoughts on the secrets of success.

His observations are interesting and well worth a few minutes of your time. I can recommend them to you.

Further Reading:

An article of this type can only ever be a taster on the subject but there are plenty of good books which will enlighten you further on the subject of success secrets. For instance one I suggest you explore is:-

The 21 Success Secrets of Self-Made Millionaires: How to Achieve Financial Independence Faster and Easier Than You Ever Thought Possible (The Laws of Success Series) by Brian Tracy

It all depends on how you define success of course. However if for you success is all about achieving financial independence as fast and easy as possible then this book could be for you.

Remember it’s never easy. It requires hard work and determination. However whilst it’s not easy, it can be easier and this book will tell you how. You can explore it by clicking in the link.

So go on, CLICK NOW whilst it’s fresh in your mind.

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Warren Buffett’s Top 10 Rules For Success

Today I offer you Warren Buffett’s Top 10 Rules For Success dear reader.

If you want success then you would be wise to listen to people who have already achieved some success.

Identify what they did to achieve their success and copy it.

If it worked for them then it will probably work for you.

Now there are few people more successful in their chosen field than Warren Buffett.

So he offers you his ‘Top 10 Rules For Success’ in this video, embedded here. It’s definitely worth your time to listen him.

Here are his tips and I recommend them to you.

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Steve Jobs’s Top 10 Rules For Success

Looking for the Top 10 Rules for Success dear reader?

Certainly it’s true, if you want success then look for successful people and copy what they do.

The late Steve Jobs is not only an icon but also a great role model to use as your template for achieving success.

Here are Steve Jobs‘ Top 10 Rules For Success. Watch this video, it is inspirational and well worth your time and I recommend it to you.

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Bill Gates Top 10 Rules For Success

By any measure Bill Gates is a successful man. In fact he is widely regarded as being one of the world’s wealthiest people on this planet.

Despite dropping out of Harvard to pursue his obsession with computers, he went on to become a businessman, investor, author, philanthropist, humanitarian, and of course the principal founder of Microsoft.

Along with the late Steve Jobs, Bill Gates was a leader in the computer revolution over the past 40 years or so.

There are not many entrepreneurs who would be better known around the world than Bill Gates and even fewer who would be as widely respected.

And having made his fortune he is now the second-most generous philanthropist in America, having given over $28 billion to charity.

All in all Bill Gates is a role model for anyone with a hunger for success. He’s been there and done it, so if he has something to say then we should listen.

Here are his Top 10 Rules for Success and I recommend you watch this video.

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How to become a real success?

How to become a real success? That’s a question most people struggle to answer, frequently. If becoming a success was easy then everyone would be doing well.

Sadly life’s not like that, however much we would like it to be.

Success requires hard work and a determination to keep going after each and every setback, and there’ll always be setbacks for everyone. No one’s life is plain sailing all the time.

So where do we start, if success is our aim? Well let me tell you right now. It all starts with being very good at what you do.

If you’re very good at what you do then you’ll get noticed, maybe not immediately but eventually. And when you get noticed you’ll get your chance to show what you can really do.

Just keep performing consistently at a high level and people will not be able to ignore you for too long.

Really good people are hard to find. So business leaders and talent spotters are always on the lookout for genuine talent that is motivated and keen to add real value.

However merely being good at what you do is not enough in itself. You must be ready constantly to seize every opportunity to get noticed by the right people.

If you’re working hard and honing your skills, one day someone significant within your company will say to you, “Could you do this for me please?” That is the point at which opportunity is really knocking. Visibility with the right people matters.

So grab the opportunity to show them what you can really do.

If you embrace the task you’re requested to do then you’ll be on your way down that road that will lead to success, if you play your cards right.

And remember; success is a game and it’s a game you should play to win.

Remember this also; plenty of people can deliver an exceptional result occasionally. It’s the people who can do it regularly and consistently to the highest level who are really special.

With commitment and the right attitude you can be such a person

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Why the Christmas message is so important

Christmas MessageFor millions of Christians around the world, today is Christmas Day and the underlying Christmas message is one of peace and goodwill.

Sadly there seems to be precious little of either these days. Increasingly people around the world are torn apart by their beliefs and opinions and the world is becoming an angry place in which to live.

Perhaps it was always that way but in my lifetime I cannot remember a time when tensions were greater between people, or it seems.

The rise in abuse:

Just take a look at social media for instance.

We live in an age where self-appointed thought-police cruise social media constantly looking for people expressing opinions which conflict with their prejudices.

Express such an opinion and you’ll be subjected to public abuse of the worst and most offensive kind very quickly, more often than not.

One opinion is just as valid as the next:

Now one person’s opinion is just as valid as the next person’s, surely?

Whether they’re right or wrong, they’re just opinions. An opinion is just an expression of how one person sees the world. Different opinions can peacefully coexist, if we let them.

Certainly there can be no justification for the bile we see aimed at people on social media in response to some innocent remark they may have made or opinion they may have expressed.

Hate is the ugly sister of fear:

We’ve seen a lot of this negative behaviour here in the UK recently during the General Election campaign.

So much hate directed at politicians but also at ordinary people should they have been unwise enough to express their opinions on key issues of the day on social media

Hate is on the increase but of course hate is just the ugly sister of fear. And I think fear is the underlying problem here.

We fear change; we fear other people’s ideas of how we should live our lives; and we fear those people who are not a reflection of ourselves.

See people for what they are not what they aren’t:

If only we could see other people for what they are, rather than what they aren’t, we’d see that none of us are really that different at all.

We all eat, we sleep, we laugh, we cry. We all bathe and we all go to the toilet. And really all any of us wants is a better world for our children.

If only we could listen to each other and seek to understand why others feel the way they do then the world would be a better place. Well I think so anyway.

I have travelled more than most people and I’ve met, lived and worked with people from many cultures and I can tell you that some of the nicest, most decent and cultured people I’ve ever met have come from cultures other than my own.

The true nature of religion:

A good person is a good person. He or she is just someone who is kind, decent, good natured and of good character. Factors such as religion, skin colour, sexual orientation and so one are just incidental.

Religion is important to civilisation insofar as it underpins civilisation with a moral framework. In that sense I think all religions are the same.

They may differ in detail of course but they all provide believers with ways in which to lead good and decent lives.

Equally they include the incentive that if people lead good and decent lives then they’ll go to a better place when they pass on and leave this world.

So a person’s faith or religion should be treated with respect, regardless of whether it’s the same as ours or not. Judgement will come from a greater power at the end of our lives.

Christmas MessageToday’s message:

My message today is a simple one.

If we are to create a better world then we should first seek to understand and then to be understood. Engage with people whoever they are and try to understand why they feel the way they do.

Above all show respect and common courtesy to other people and if you can’t agree with them, at least you can always agree to disagree and let different opinions peacefully coexist.

Wherever you are today Dear Reader, if you’re celebrating Christmas then I wish you a very merry Christmas and may it be peaceful and filled with warmth, abundance and the comradeship of family and friends.

However if for you today is just another working day, then I hope the environment in which you work is friendly and peaceful. And I hope the world in which you live is peaceful too.

May God bless you all and may 2020 and the new decade prove to be all you would like it to be.

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The formula for personal happiness

Personal HappinessPersonal happiness is a feeling, not a circumstance.

Happiness is more than just fun or pleasure. It’s a more durable sense of well-being.

Our personal happiness depends not on what happens to us but what happens within us.

It’s the way we choose to think about ourselves and our lives.

Gratitude and people are the most important factors which dictate our personal happiness.

Gratitude is all about being grateful for everything we have.

With people it’s all about rewarding personal relationships.

Spending quality time with people whose company we enjoy is essential for our personal happiness. Equally avoiding those people who would make our lives difficult will increase our quality of life.

So the formula for personal happiness is actually quite simple.

  • Appreciate what you’ve got;
  • Don’t fret over things you haven’t got;
  • And enjoy the time you spend with your family and friends.

It takes discipline and practice to think positively. However the ability to maintain a positive mental attitude is essential to our personal happiness.

So go on; start today. Be happy. Life’s far too short for a negative state of mind.

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How to stop worrying and start Living

How to stop worryingWe all tend to worry a bit more than we should.

Worrying is natural but it is rarely helpful. It just adds to our stress levels. And what’s the worst thing that can happen anyway?

And even if it does happen would worrying have stopped it happening?

Life’s too short to stress ourselves out with worry.

The question is, how do we stop ourselves worrying? Well consider this idea.

Dale Carnegie’s book How to Stop Worrying and Start Living is a very useful guide. This book is a great personal development text and it’s well worth reading. I can strongly recommend it to you.

How to stop worrying:

However until you have the chance to read it this animated video provides a useful summary of the key ideas in the book.

So I can recommend you watch this video now and then read the book whenever you get the chance.

Further reading:

Readers serious about their own personal development will be keen to establish their own small library of motivational resources I’m sure.

Dale Carnegie’s book would be an essential addition to any personal development library and it can be purchased HERE.

Check it out now whilst it’s fresh in your mind.

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